User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Starting the game.
From the hub you gain access to different worlds.
After completing all the worlds you'll get access to this attic.
The story is told via these green books.
Avoid the falling enemy!
You should arrange collected puzzle pieces into one picture.
You need the key to open doors.
Each world has a hunting level. Kill enemies with current time rules.
In this world time flows depending on your movement direction.
Actually, Tim can't die. Just rewind time back.
Do you recognize? :)
8x time acceleration
And 8x time rewind
Tim's past version.
One of level loading screens
This constellation keeps track of your collected hidden stars.
Each level has books that tell part of the story.
Tim's house is the hub to each of the worlds.
Find puzzle pieces to build a portrait for each world.
Your basic power is the ability to rewind time.
You can use the shoulder buttons to speed up the rewind.
You can also fast-forward up to the point you started to rewind.
This world gives a ring you can drop that slows time around it.
This world creates a clone that repeats your previous movements when you rewind time.
This world changes the direction of time based on your movements.
This world features green sparkly objects immune to changes in time.
Braid references classic videogames.
A reference to Donkey Kong.
Time Trial mode has you trying to beat levels before a specific target time.
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